CUTE TRADER is a unique true-to-life intraday trading simulator, ideal for practicing and mastering trading concepts learned from books and other media. Using real historical data it brings the entire market to life where you can simulate years of experience and become a world class day trader in a very short time span; all with no financial risk, applying the adage ‘Practice Makes Perfect’. It is a well known fact that there is no substitute for practice in every worthwhile endeavor, unfortunately most aspiring traders run out of money before they have acquired the necessary skills to consistently turn a profit. Cute Trader has been designed specifically to address this problem by providing a virtual environment which highlights the pit falls and unforeseen difficulties which prevent most day traders from realizing their true potential. This invaluable and very easy to use software will assist you to prepare and execute a profitable trading plan before attempting to trade the markets with real money. Cute Trader is unprecedented and sets the standard for the next generation of trading tools.
Simulate and master profitable trading methods
Use proper money management to boost profits
Spot long and short technical setups at an instant
Take control your irrational emotional responses
Apply win/loss and risk/reward ratios to trading
Be consistently profitable before risking money
Discover the importance of having a trading plan
Build years of trading experience in just months
Practice cutting losses and running your profits
No live data feed or brokerage account required
Simply select the date and time and Start trading
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